Monthly Archives: July 1935

He’s Going To Die Trying

Atticus interupts Aunt Alexandra’s afternoon tea with her missionary circle  to tell Jem, Calpurnia and I that Tom Robinson had been shot seventeen times, trying to escape prison. He brought Calpurnia with him to tell his family the news.

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It’s Grubbing Time

After the loss of the trial, the black population of Maycomb left food on our porch. The town has been buzzing with gossip. If we walk outside, we get swarmed by people asking numerous questions.

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Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover

During the trial, we noticed that the bruises are on Mayella’sface are on her right side. Tom Robinson cannot use his left hand, this proves that he is not abusing Mayella Ewell. However, Tom Robinson is proved guilty because he … Continue reading

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Court Is In

During Tom Robinson’s trial most of the town came to watch. Jem, Dill and I had to sit in the balcony with the “colored” people because the room was so full.  

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Another Visitor

Dill ran away from home due to the fact that his mom and new father, never notice him or talk to him. When we got home, Jem and I found him hiding under my bed. Atticus let him spend the … Continue reading

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